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Eniola calls out weight loss product sellers, Tyson denies giving out Daughter for money and more

By Reuters
29 February 2020   |   8:15 pm
Violet Johnson returns this week with the top four stories that made our week. Simi's views on feminism rocks Twitter NG Eniola Badmus calls out weight loss product sellers Mike Tyson denies giving out his daughter for 10 million dollars Harvey Weinstein convicted of rape and sexual assaults

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